Dandelions is released by Fast Awake Records on CD, Ltd Edition Vinyl and Digital formats and can be purchased online from:
The vinyl is also available at Etch Shop
The album is also available in select shops including Rough Trade
Dandelions was produced by Benedic Lamdin and Riaan Vosloo of Nostalgia 77 .
Tracks from the album have been featured on Jamie Cullum’s BBC Radio2 show, by Tom Robinson on BBC Radio 6, The Late Session with JoAnne Good on BBC Radio London, Sue Marchant’s Big Night In on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, The Roger Day Show on BBC Radio Kent and stations around the country such as BBC Radio Somerset, Colourful Radio, Recharged Radio, Marlow FM, Leith FM, Penwith Radio and more.
Tracks have also been featured on commercial radio in Japan and in Australia and Germany.
The album artwork was designed by Gak Design
“A very fine new album” - Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio 2
“This truly was a performance of high class and exquisite variation, while Kaz’s voice is pure, natural and seemingly effortless in its beauty and robustness. At the launch of this, her third album and the second to be released under her own label, it is a wonder that this gem remains still relatively hidden” – The London Word
“Somehow adept at handcuffing the listener so that one song is not
enough…Simmons punctuates the album with grace and simplicity, while being craftily intricate”- R2 Rock’n’ Reel Magazine
“Combining a voice of crystalline purity, a neat lyrical touch, some superb backing musicians and a few lushly romantic arrangements, Kaz Simmons’ Dandelions has a gorgeous heart and a few twists and turns that surprise, delight and occasionally mystify by turn” – All About Jazz
“Sympathetic souls will appreciate her gentle candour and sincere ingenuousness, and the album as a whole certainly provides a welcome antidote to the macho posturing of much contemporary pop, male and female” – LondonJazz
“Delicate and subtle, her voice has a more interesting edge that gives the disc a deliciously quirky edge and the autobiographical nature of the tracks here give the music a real heart” – The Digital Fix